Christmas Island Annual Report

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  • Author : Australia. Department of Territories
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : null pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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The Statesman s Yearbook 2014

The Statesman s Yearbook 2014
  • Author : B. Turner
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 12 January 2017
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Now in its 150th edition, The Statesman's Yearbook continues to be the reference work of choice for accurate and reliable information on every country in the world. Covering political, economic, social and cultural aspects, the Yearbook is also available online for subscribing institutions: www.statesmansyearbook.com.

The Statesman s Yearbook 2013

The Statesman s Yearbook 2013
  • Author : B. Turner
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 12 January 2017
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Now in its 149th edition, The Statesman's Yearbook continues to be the reference work of choice for accurate and reliable information on every country in the world. Covering political, economic, social and cultural aspects, the Yearbook is also available online for subscribing institutions: www.statesmansyearbook.com .

A Bat s End

A Bat s End
  • Author : John Woinarski
  • Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING
  • Release : 01 September 2018
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On the evening of 26 August 2009, the last known pipistrelle emerges from its day-time shelter on Christmas Island. Scientists, desperate about its conservation, set up a maze of netting to try to catch it. It is a forlorn and futile exercise – even if captured, there is little future in just one bat. But the bat evades the trap easily, and continues foraging. It is not recorded again that night, and not at all the next night. The bat is never again